The American Civil War, likewise in some cases known as The War Between States, was the greatest American clash in US soil and endured from 1861 to 1865.

The conflict was battled between the Northern States (the Union) and the Southern states (the Confederacy) and started on April 12, 1861.

The conflict was a consequence of the disputable and wandering suppositions in regards to subjugation in America and was one of the extremely important occasions of US history.

In the 19th Century, the economy of the South was intensely reliant upon farming, and thusly the work of subjugated individuals of color.

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In the North, abolitionist thoughts grew consistently after the 1830s, which made the South unfortunate that the foundation of their economy, subjection, was at serious risk.

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In 1854 Congress passed the Kansas-Nebraska Act which actually permitted subjection in all new regions of the United States.

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In a response to this, the North framed the Republican Party whose strategies were established on their resistance to subjugation.

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Tensions rose when in 1860 Abraham Lincoln was elected as the first Republican President, resulting in seven states seceding from the United States.

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In the outcome of the War, the Confederacy fell promotion a large part of the South was left annihilated, essentially their transportation frameworks.

Slavery was canceled and 4 million slaves were liberated, with individuals of color being allowed privileges as American residents after certain alterations to the Constitution.

During the Reconstruction Era period, the nation gradually recovered its solidarity.